The Remembrance Day ceremonies were marred by numerous incidents and shouting directed at ministers and deputies in attendance.

During the ceremony at the military cemetery, attended by Transport Minister Miri Regev, cries of "shame" and "you are a shameful government, rid us of your power" rang out.

One participant responded, "Now is not the time," while another insisted, "We chose them and want them here with us."

At the cemetery in Netanya, Minister of Intelligence Gila Gamliel faced similar shouts of questioning: "What are you doing here?"

Defense Minister Yoav Gallant addressed the ceremony at Kiryat Shaul cemetery in Tel Aviv, where a demonstration erupted. Participants held posters reading "Their blood is on your hands," accompanied by chants demanding his resignation.

National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir encountered hostility during a ceremony in Ashdod. Some attendees shouted, "What are you doing here, criminal?"

Others countered with, "Today is not a day for politics," and "Shame, get out of here," leading to clashes requiring police intervention.

At the Rehovot cemetery, Construction Minister Yitzchak Goldknopf faced criticism, with participants shouting, "Shame, go home, you thief."

The father of a fallen soldier buried there condemned the demonstrators for "desecrating" the ceremony, while another attendee stressed, "Minister Goldknopf has the right to represent the government, but he should send his children to serve in the army."

Minister of Negev and Galilee Affairs Yitzhak Wasserlauf encountered heckling at the Nahariyya military cemetery, with some shouting, "You and your party are a disgrace to Israel," directed at the Otzma Yehudit minister.